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YALE AND PRINCETON TO MEET FRESHMAN DEBATERS

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The Freshman debaters will meet Princeton tonight at 8.15 in the Paine Concert Hall and Yale at New Haven, the Freshmen in their first test of the year.

The Harvard affirmative will support the subject, "Resolved, That, congressmen should be elected by proportional representation in the several States," against the Princeton negative. Meanwhile, the Yale affirmative meets the Harvard negative at New Haven. The Princeton affirmative meets the Yale negative at Princeton.

The judges for the Cambridge debate are Evan W. Griffiths of Ohio State, Horace E. Jacobs, of Brown, and Rev. S. M. Lindsay, pastor of the Brookline Baptist Church.

The names of the speakers for the Freshman teams in the order in which they will speak are as follows: Affirmative, F. W. Lorenzen, E. G. Mantle, A. F. Reel, and T. E. Walcott, alternative; negative, E. C. Sibley, Mark Winkler, K. M. Bryan, and D. E. Scoll, alternate.

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